+ Tuesday September 24th, 2019

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Google Play Music is a great service, but if you’re not already a member you’re probably hesitant to lay down your hard earned money just to check it out. Google is offering a 2-month trial to new subscribers to alleviate the stress, so you can see exactly what the service has to offer.

The trial is open to new subscribers – although I’ve already had a trial on my account a long time ago and I’ve just activated it again. The cost of the service after the trial ends is the usual $11.99 per month, but you do get access to all the usual goodies including the online music locker, which lets you store up to 50,000 songs from your own library online.

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The option to get a 3-month Google Play Music subscription is of course open to new subscribers who have purchased a Chromecast recently, simply by checking out the chromecast.com/offers page while connected to wi-fi, or you can check the ‘Redeem Offers’ section in your Chromecast app, just select your device then hit the settings menu.

If you’re new to Google Play Music, this makes for a pretty attractive option, head over to Google Play and check it out.

Source: Google Play.

Daniel Tyson  


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